MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Lee a Julio Verne: El Amore En Tiempos de Criptografia (2002)
Susana Mataix
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A Spanish novel in which three characters must relearn some mathematics and read Jules Verne to solve the puzzle left to them by a parent. Thanks to Elena Kaczorowski for pointing it out to me.

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